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Storms in Poland. A morning of horror in the Lublin region. A squall shaft glided across the sky [WIDEO]

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Saturday’s storms turned out to be dangerous in many places. It was also dangerous in the morning on Sunday, which is shown by the recordings of storm clouds moving over the Lublin region. As IMGW forecasters explained, last day brought heavy downpours and strong gusts of wind.

On Saturday, severe weather phenomena passed over Poland. In the southern part of the country, especially in Podkarpacie and Małopolska, storms brought destructive gusts of wind and heavy downpours.

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Dangerous phenomena in the morning

Daniel Kowalczyk, weather forecaster at tvnmeteo.pl, reported that on Sunday morning, there was still a dangerous aura over the Lublin region. He explained that the storm zone was moving over Poland quite quickly at night. On Saturday at approx. 23 thundered in Silesia, but it took only six hours for the phenomena to reach the Lubelskie Voivodeship by Sunday morning.

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As you can see in the recording shared on social media by the Storm Observers Network, a shelf cloud, also called a squall embankment, moved through the Lublin region, carrying numerous discharges.

The discharge zone was constantly moving east, to disappear behind the Polish border around 7.30.

Stormy morning in the Lublin regionUser of the Reporting System of the Storm Observers Network, Oliver, Roztoka

Meteorological balance

According to the data of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, on Saturday we were accompanied by strong winds. The strongest gusts occurred on Śnieżka and Rzeszów, where gusts reaching speeds of up to 97.2 kilometers per hour were recorded. It was also windy in Krosno and Racibórz (93.6 km/h) and on Kasprowy Wierch (90 km/h).

The most rain fell in Upper Silesia and Lesser Poland. IN Vistula 106 liters of water per square meter were measured, and w Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – 68 l/sqm Even more rain fell in Jawornik near Wisła, as much as 138 l/sq m.

IMGW, Storm Observers Network, tvnmeteo.pl

Main photo source: User of the Reporting System of the Storm Observers Network, Oliver, Roztoka

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